So my ex and I broke up last week, not because she nor I wanted to date but we are both too emotionally unstable to do it right now. It makes it harder because I live with her and un-able to move. So I find myself getting really jealous over a girl that likes her and I act out. I don't want to do this, I know that things like this will push her away as being my friend. What can I do? I am just so worried that someone else will make her happy (even though I want her to be happy but I am not ready to say without me). I am also worried that she will forget about me or decide that she will get over me ASAP. I also think it has to do with the baggage that one of "the exes'" before her claimed emotional stability to not date me and although from that was valid, they just didn't want to be with me and was a coward and tried to push me away because they didn't know how to tell me. So I am dealing with all of that. Any suggestions on how to deal with the jealousy and loneliness without making her subjected to it...and is there any advice on how not to have your brain jump to the worse case scenario? Any answers will do, thanks.
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